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Mission

The Legislative Services staff interacts with city staff, the Governing Body and the public regarding proposed legislation, including resolutions, bills and ordinances. 

All proposed ordinances and resolutions go through the committee review process. After committee review, resolutions go to the City Council for adoption. Proposed ordinances, which are called bills, go before the City Council as a request to publish a notice of public hearing. Within approximately one month, the City Council holds a public hearing and considers the adoption of the bill.

Contact

Melissa Byers
Legislative Liaison
mdbyers@santafenm.gov
(505) 955-6518

Rebecca Seligman
Legislative Liaison Assistant
rxseligman@santafenm.gov
(505) 955-6501

Address/Location:
200 Lincoln Avenue (Map)
PO Box 909
Santa Fe, NM 87504
Fax:  (505) 955-6748

Pending Legislation 

Following is a table of introduced bills and resolutions which includes the Governing Body sponsor names and proposed committee dates. To view the proposed legislation, click on the Short Title of the legislation.

INTRODUCED PROPOSED ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS
AS OF JANUARY 30, 2015
(COMMITTEE DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

 Title

Type of Legislation

Sponsor(s)          
 Committee Review

Airport Lease - Jet Center Lease

Exhibit A

B #2015-4

Ives

Introduced - 1/20/15 (Finance Committee)
City Council (request to publish) - 1/28/15 (approved)
Public Works Committee - 2/9/15
Finance Committee - 2/16/15
City Council (public hearing) - 2/25/15

Arts Creativity

R

Rivera

Introduced - 12/10/14
Public Works Committee - 1/12/15 (approved)
City Business Quality of Life Committee -
Finance Committee -
City Council -

Electrical Code

B #2015-2

Rivera

Bushee

Introduced - 12/10/14
Public Works Committee - 1/12/15 (approved)
Finance Committee - 1/20/15 (approved)
City Council (request for hearing) - 1/28/15 (approved)
City Council (public hearing) - 2/25/15

Home Energy & Water Efficiency Tax Credit - HB 64

R

Ives

Introduced - 1/28/15

City Council - 2/11/15

Lensic Parking

R

Lindell

Introduced - 1/14/15
Public Works Committee - 1/26/15 (approved)
Finance Committee - 2/2/15
City Council - 2/11/15

NM 599/Via Veteranos (CR70 Connector)

R

Bushee

Introduced - 1/14/15
Public Works Committee - 1/26/15 (approved)
Finance Committee - 2/2/15
City Council - 2/11/15

Protected Bike Lanes - Substitute

Amendment - BTAC

R

Gonzales

Introduced - 12/10/14
Public Safety Committee - 12/16/14 (approved)
Public Works Committee - 1/12/15 (postponed)

Bicycle & Trails Advisory Committee - 1/21/15 (approved w/amendment)

Public Works Committee - 1/26/15 (approved)

Finance Committee - 2/2/15
City Council - 2/11/15

Skate Feature - GCCC

R

Trujillo

Introduced - 12/10/14
Public Works Committee - 1/12/15 (approved)
Finance Committee - 2/2/15
City Council - 2/11/15

Trapping (Animals)

Amendment (FC)

B #2015-1

Lindell

Bushee

Introduced - 10/8/14
Public Safety Committee - 12/16/14 (approved)
Finance Committee - 1/5/15 (approved w/amend)
City Council (request to publish) - 1/14/15 (approved)
City Council (public hearing) -  2/11/15

Veterans' Advisory Board

R

Gonzales

Introduced - 1/14/15
Finance Committee - 2/2/15
City Council - 2/11/15

Youth Fees - Keep Santa Fe Beautiful Events

Substitute Bill w/ amendments

 

B

Dominguez

Dimas

Introduced - 12/10/14
Public Works Committee - 1/12/15 (approved)
Finance Committee - 2/2/15
City Council (request for hearing) -  2/11/15
City Council (public hearing)  -  3/11/15

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